Along with his gutsy mixture of rockabilly and Cajun music, Tommy McLain helped to place the building blocks of Louisiana’s swamp pop tradition. The author of a lot more than 150, McLain is most beneficial referred to as the author of Freddy Fender’s strike, “UNLESS YOU Love Me Only (Keep Me Only),” as well as the performer of the swamp pop edition of “Nice Dreams” that offered a lot more than three million copies in 1966. Not only is it twice inducted in to the Louisiana Hall of Popularity, McLain was inducted in to the rock and roll & move hall of popularity in Sweden. McLain has already established a career-long participation with country vocalist Clint Western world. In the past due ’50s, these were both associates of Crimson Smiley’s Vel-Tones and transferred together towards the Boogie Kings in the middle-’60s. In 1965, McLain and Western world documented a duet one, “Look for Another Guy.” A indigenous of the tiny central Louisiana town of Jonesville, McLain started playing acoustic guitar at age five. He quickly added piano, keyboards, drums, bass, fiddle, and bagpipe. A previous DJ at KREH in Oakdale, LA, McLain toured with Dick Clark’s Caravan of Celebrities and Where in fact the Action Is within the 1960s. He also made an appearance in the film The Drowning Man starring Paul Newman. McLain proceeds to perform along with his group, Tommy McLain as well as the Mule Teach Band.